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Louisiana census and militia lists, volume I, 1770-1789 : German Coast, New Orleans, below New Orleans and Lafourche

compiled, translated and edited by Albert J. Robichaux, Jr.
[New Orleans, Louisiana : Polyanthos, 1977, c1973
viii, 161 p. : 1 map.
[rev. ed.]


There is no vol. 2 though there is a 2nd vol. It is titled: "Colonial Settlers Along Bayou Lafourche : Louisiana Census records, 1770- 1798" & is found in the library.

Copy 2 is 3rd printing, same edition with different publisher.

Census records acquired from the Papeles Procedentes de Cuba deposited in the General Archives de Indies in Seville, Spain.

Includes index.

Includes: 1770 militia lists of New Orleans; 1777 general census of the city of New Orleans; 1770 militia lists of the German Coast; 1784 general census of the second German coast; 1785 militia list of St. Charles Parish; 1770 general census below New Orleans; 1789 general census of Lafourche.



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